The rise of Destiny 2 was one of the most surprising and transformative stories of the year.
It took an already strong franchise, one that was already selling out arenas, and turned it into a phenomenon.
Destiny has gone from a relatively niche genre to a worldwide phenomenon.
And the impact of its legacy is far-reaching.
As I’ve previously reported, Destiny 2 has had a profound effect on the way that video games are created and the way gamers interact with each other.
Destiny is a massive undertaking, a complex project that’s likely to be a long one.
And it’s one that has already begun to have a major impact on the future and how we create and play video games.
I think it’s important to note that Destiny is already one of my favorite games of the last five years.
It’s one of those games that I just get more excited about each time I play it.
So what makes Destiny so special?
There are a number of key things that Destiny 2 brings to the table, and I’ll discuss them in this series.
First of all, the gameplay and story in Destiny 2 are much deeper and richer than the first game.
In Destiny, you’re a part of a small band of Guardians who are tasked with protecting the worlds largest space hub, The Reef, from a threat known as The Awoken.
But the game’s story is more complicated.
Destiny 2 is the story of two Guardians, two different characters and two different factions.
One of those characters is the titular “Destiny.”
She’s a warrior of a sort, fighting the forces of the Awoken with the help of the Guardians.
The other is a mysterious woman who’s been sent by an unknown force to help protect the world.
Destiny: Origins is the next instalment in the Destiny series.
It takes place in the same universe as Destiny 2, but it also takes place before the events of Destiny: The Taken King.
Origins tells the story about two Guardians who have been recruited by the mysterious organization known as the Order.
They’ve been given an ancient artifact, the Orb of the Hierophant, to find the truth about the origins of the Taken King, the mysterious entity who’s claimed the world and is controlling its inhabitants.
The game’s main quest is about getting the Orb and bringing it to the Guardians in The Reef.
Destiny’s multiplayer is very similar to that of Destiny, with players fighting other players to get their attention.
The only difference is that you play as one of a few characters.
It also includes an entirely new game mode called Destiny: Arena.
In the Arena, players have to use the Orb to find out where the Guardians’ new home is located and defend it from the Awoken.
The Arena also features a new feature called Guardian Challenges, which are similar to what you see in Destiny.
These challenges take place on the same maps, in the exact same places, with the exact exact same rules as in the regular Destiny game.
The new mode, however, has an added twist.
Players can now battle other players who have the same class as them in Destiny’s competitive multiplayer.
The main difference is, of course, that in the other modes, there’s no team deathmatch.
This makes it a much more competitive game, with each player fighting to claim their share of the prize.
The endgame mode in Destiny is called The Crucible.
It sees players battle other Guardians in a multiplayer-style arena, with only one player standing between them.
The goal of the game is to get a certain number of Crucible wins to get the Orb.
The first player to reach 100 wins in Crucible will receive the Orb, and then all of the other players in the match will win it.
The story of Destiny’s sequel, Destiny: Revelation, takes place two years after Destiny 2.
This time, players are the leaders of the Destiny universe.
They’re trying to protect Earth from the threat known only as The Darkness, a force that’s led by The Awoken, who are bent on destroying all of existence.
Players must defend their home from these forces.
But when The Darkness steals the Orb from one of their Guardians, players must use the relic to stop it from happening.
The Darkness is the first of several threats Destiny will face over the next several years.
Destiny 3 will be Destiny’s final game, and it will see a number, if not all, of the characters from Destiny 2 return.
That includes the iconic Guardians of the series.
As with the original, Destiny 3 is a story-driven game.
Players are tasked by Destiny’s leaders with protecting Earth from a new threat.
There are no other playable characters in Destiny 3.
Instead, the game has introduced a new, playable character named Riptide.
This character is an entirely different kind of character.
Riptides primary role is to be the avatar of the Crucible, the multiplayer game mode that takes place on Earth. He